Mary tucked the colored eggs away in preparation for some morning fun with the kids and I got the first pot of coffee started. In just a few hours our house would soon be transformed from a quiet sanctuary to a bustling gathering filled with food, conversation, music, and prayer. It was Easter Sunday and the body of Christ was preparing to meet, as we do every Sunday morning, in a simple and purposeful setting.
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We’re on to something.
I believe it. The returns are early and God is moving. I can feel it. The paradigm is shifting for the better.
If you’ve been following us for some time, you too can probably see it. The journey has often been uncertain and vulnerable. Yet the Lord has carried us through missed expectations, unexpected results, new relationships, Spirit-led inspiration, and the need for courageous faith.
But we can’t do it alone. In order for it to become a reality, Mary and I need your help.
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I’m thankful for my time studying at Knox Theological Seminary. My wife and I had welcomed home our daughter only 5 months prior to beginning what would be a non-stop three-year journey of reading, writing and studying to earn my Masters degree. Three years and three children later (only by the grace of God!), I have shaped a philosophy of ministry that clearly defines my purpose and vision for everything I seek out to accomplish: By the Cross. For the Kingdom.
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